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Judo runs in the family for black belt Chloe Nunn, 19, whose parents are both former international competitors and now coach the stars of the future at their Bishops Stortford club.

“My sporting hero is definitely my mother Nicole Nunn,” says Chloe, who represents Great Britain at U21 European events. “She was a high level GB athlete for many years and reserve for the Barcelona Olympics in 1996. I hope to emulate her success by being as dedicated and hard-working as she is.

“Both my parents have shaped me as a sportsperson, and sport has had a massive impact on my confidence and personal skills.”

Chloe turned full-time athlete in summer 2018 when she moved into the British Judo Centre of Excellence at the University of Wolverhampton to join some of the country’s most talented junior, Paralympic, and Olympic judoka in a world-class residential training environment. She commutes daily to Coventry University where she is studying for a BSc in Sports Psychology.

“This SportsAid award from The Sportsman helps me fund international competitions and training camps that will take me to the next level,” adds Chloe.


Chloe is just one of the inspirational young athletes being helped by Caesars Entertainment EMEA to fulfil their potential and bring Olympic and Paralympic medals home to Britain.

Since 1976, SportsAid has helped many of nation's most successful sportsmen and women, including Chris Hoy, Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis-Hill, Ellie Simmonds and Bradley Wiggins.

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